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  2. TO CORRESPONDENTS[?]

    "A M'LEAY RIVER SQUATTER."—AS our correspondent's letter was published in the Sydney Morning Herald about a month ago, its republication in the Mercury now is scarcely called for. ...

    Article : 31 words
  3. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

    NOVEMBER 1.—Jack, brig, 146 tons, Captain Murphy, from Moreton Bay, 26th ultimo[?] passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Rowe, Mrs. H. Watson, Mrs. Panton, Mrs. Elphin and son, Messrs. F. ...

    Article : 2,358 words
  4. WEEKLY CALENDAR.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 153 words
  5. COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS.

    Trade has been moderate this week. Among store goods brandy is quoted at from 26s. to 30s. per gallon, and other spirits as before. Tea of the best brands is still rising, one storekeeper ...

    Article : 315 words
  6. GARDENING AND AGRICULTURAL MEMORANDA FOR NOVEMBER.

    KITCHEN GARDEN: Plant scarlet runners, tomatoes, lettuces, capsicums, cauliflowers, leeks, eschalots, celery, cabbages. Sow lettuces, spinach, celery, cauliflowers, cucumbers, pumpkins; keep asparagus beds ...

    Article : 106 words
  7. Hunter River District News.

    The weather generally for the last fortnight (until Friday, the 29th ult.) has been very salubrious. On the evening of that day a violent thunder and hail storm came on about half-past ...

    Article : 235 words
  8. MAITLAND MERCURY.

    PRIOR to the adjournment of the Council the Government introduced two measures having reference to the gold fields and the revenue to be derived ...

    Article : 1,130 words
  9. MAITLAND DISTRICT COUNCIL.

    On Wednesday this body met at their rooms, pursuant to adjournment. Present—the Warden, Messrs. Wilkinson, Doyle, and Lang. The minutes of the last meeting were read ...

    Article : 1,199 words
  10. IMPOUNDINGS.

    At the East Maitland Pound, the 4th November, 1852, by order of Mr. E. Weller, for trespass in his grass paddock, near East Maitland —A red or yellow cow, hoop horns, like M G ...

    Article : 2,811 words
  11. THE NORTHERN GOLD FIELDS.

    Since my last letter to you we have had a heavy fall of rain, which has filled many of the large waterholes in the creek, and caused the water to flow plenteously in the gullies, but not ...

    Article : 1,233 words
  12. NEWCASTLE SHIPPING.

    Nov. 3.—Halcyon, brig, 173 tons, Captain Burnham, for Launceston. Cargo—280 tons coals. 3.—Helen Baird, barque, 442 tons, Captain ...

    Article : 33 words
  13. Sydney News.

    The arrivals to-day have been the Cheapside and the Windsor, from Port Phillip. You will have seen in the papers the proceedings of Captain Parfitt, of the Formosa, and his ...

    Article : 545 words
  14. SETTLERS' PRICE CURRENT, &c.

    WHEAT is saleable, but no deviation in prices. FLOUR.—Fine is quoted at the mills at £40, and seconds £35 per ton; sales dull. MAIZE will realise from 5s. to 5s. 3d. per ...

    Article : 199 words
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